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Isn't the change in temps from curing like 5C or less?

Well my answer to that would be....isn't the result of manual OC'ing (as opposed to CPU level up) typically 0.2 Ghz or less smile.gif ?

All kidding aside, the difference is various TIMs can oft exceed the difference between most WBs.

I recently switched from Shin Etsu to Gelid Exrtreme....Gelid also comes w/ EK Waterblocks.
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Well my answer to that would be....isn't the result of manual OC'ing (as opposed to CPU level up) typically 0.2 Ghz or less smile.gif ?

All kidding aside, the difference is various TIMs can oft exceed the difference between most WBs.

I recently switched from Shin Etsu to Gelid Exrtreme....Gelid also comes w/ EK Waterblocks.

That's good to know because I have so much TIM from my 3 blocks...
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I used it all up..... and then some ...... they give ya more than enuff for the CPUs but not enuff to coat all those thermal pads on the GPU block and backplates.
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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

I'm using the Noctua MX4 paste that came with the D14. Not bad and free. Held off on my friend's offer for Arctic Silver.
I using it too. It's not bad. Make sure you apply very well. Find a method which good will results very significant. I used liquid pro ihs with mx4... mine temperature stays under 65 @1.404 vcore. Itb max.

Here is my method. i use a zip ties because On one edge, it always flat and sharp. I use it to spread the rice size mx4 drop across the cpu thinly and evenly but leave a 1mm-1.5mm clean space near each egde. When i push the block, everything is thin and cover with mx4. Anyone have other ideas?
Edited by holyking - 1/6/14 at 5:51pm
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Question for you guys, I'm at 4.7 vid 1.37 and 1.379 under load but have the overclock itch.. Is it worth trying to get to 4.8-9? I know for a fact I'd need more or close to 1.4 for sure.

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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

Question for you guys, I'm at 4.7 vid 1.37 and 1.379 under load but have the overclock itch.. Is it worth trying to get to 4.8-9? I know for a fact I'd need more or close to 1.4 for sure.

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If temperature isn't a issue. I see you have room at 4.8 if you lucky even 4.9.
I am at 4.9 @1.390 still finding my vrin to stable. x264 keep crashing after 10 loop.
Edited by holyking - 1/6/14 at 5:58pm
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

I used it all up..... and then some ...... they give ya more than enuff for the CPUs but not enuff to coat all those thermal pads on the GPU block and backplates.

You aren't supposed to put it on the thermal pads. The thermals pads are the TIM. Adding another TIM affects performance in the negative.
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If temperature isn't a issue. I see you have room at 4.8 if you lucky even 4.9.
I am at 4.9 @1.390 still finding my vrin to stable. x264 keep crashing after 10 loop.

1.390, is that vid or under full load?
post #7799 of 19539
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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

1.390, is that vid or under full load?
Bios. But make sure your temperature isn't a issue, mine doesn't go any close to 65 at 1.420 ibt. Max. 10 hours, but did not pass x264
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

You aren't supposed to put it on the thermal pads. The thermals pads are the TIM. Adding another TIM affects performance in the negative.
The instructions state you can use paste to hold down the pads.wink.gif
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